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  1. Step 1 - buy daily puts at the start of the session 1% out the money (basically above the line on the platform) step 2 - profit *nb: vast over valuation of stocks required and exponential growth on nCoV deadly virus V useful discuss....
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  2. DAX Seems the sellers are tired, or maybe lunch? Lets see if we can get a higher swing low? or if its takes off without looking back?
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  3. Latest cases (compare to Monday's chart) big increase in Europe. 80% mild symptoms, 15% severe and 5% very severe. Death rate per age group 2nd chart, over 80's hardest hit, no fatalities in the under 10 years age group looks odd.
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  4. Hi, Where can i find the download link for the MT4 Platform pls? Thanks, Edem
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  5. Too early to call a bottom but some higher lows needs to take out 12 000 Needs to wiggle around and shake out some weak hands (long) and some shorts to squezze out😉
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  6. The reason I use 5 min charts is because the markets hate uncertainty.
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  7. It was a tough one to catch this. Lots of whip saw within the Triangle.
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  8. Redbox Global @RedboxWire 1m U.S. TO SELL UP TO 12M BARRELS OF OIL FROM STRATEGIC PETROLEUM RESERVE IN COMPLIANCE WITH 2015 BUDGET ACT - U.S DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
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  9. In the past the buy the dip comes in on a strong bearish candle. Notably the Nasdaq is holding on to that 8200 level while all around are losing their heads...
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  10. As so you are not saying don't sell Gold so much as wait until it bottoms and buy again? I would echo that but I would say sell now and buy when it bottoms out, which will be much much lower than people currently anticipate. Just look at Silver go...
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  11. What stocks are impacted, how about all of them? Gold isn't surging?
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  12. My My, what a difference in 18 days.... Dow has tanked currently 24945. All because of a factor not included in most calculations, the F factor or the random event not usually considered. In this case Coronavirus, which President Trump insists will miraculously go away in the spring. Either he knows something we don't (probably) or he is optimistic in the extreme. In it's 7th straight negative trading day it would appear the markets feel differently. Looks like interest rates are about to come down again. Commodities are being savaged, especially oil and gasoline. As for equity.... retracing
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  13. Gold approaching a key ST support zone after a clean reversal off the Fib 50% zone. As for Silver?
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  14. Gold approaching a key ST support zone after a clean reversal off the Fib 50% zone. As for Silver?
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  16. Intraday levels Dax and Dow. M15 charts; meds kicking in then.
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  17. Being a friday afternnon and heading into the week end I d expect one last push lower as final sellers sell. Early monday may be a good time to re-establish a little long.....The RSI s are so over sold......BUt we may just track sideways, which will cause RSI s to bounce.... I have a theory based on one of my January posts that this is merely a very nasty correction and goes back to the 2008 peak..... Meantime....DJ 24600 or so......FTSE I fancy from about 6450 being 1.618% extension of the ABC . Apple...What can I say.....Bottom of channel comes in around $260, I m ho
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  18. lol based on that chart alone I would not be able to make a decision ...
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  19. you're right IV is huge - just look at the VIX, its absurd. sell far dated buy the dailys
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  20. All red again this morning, S&P500 already in a 86 point range for the day! IG clients generally optimistic, long most major markets: Built using https://www.excelpricefeed.com
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  21. Not sure if its going to work, but I am looking at SEPT calls on the FTSE. They are "cheap" (not in terms of IV - but £), and if this all blows over/is an over reaction.........
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  22. Check their balance sheet then rethink what you’ve just said... heck just check the website bit under The first tab about Your money
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  23. Well, some folks are looking at the 200 day moving average for the Nasdaq.
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  24. Anyone thinking of going long most likely will be bankrupted.... let's see who the contrarians are.
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  25. interesting. the whole data feed thing with the new platform is so poor tho and complex. We really want to just flick it on in the platform - or see delayed prices for example. Also ETF's aren't great. You want to search for SPY - the most liquid and heavily traded ETF in the world and you get this why in this order? I have to go 5th one down to find it (and even then that's only because I know the rough price of it at the moment. Anyone else would go for the top one, which is a weird Australian dollar version? and god know about all the rest...
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  26. Don't fall for it. Don't try and catch a falling knife. Manage your risk - use stops and guaranteed stops for the love of god if you're looking to hold stocks over night or ANYTHING over the weekend. If you're in to intraday trading think about options (my thing of late - check post history if you want) which manage risk when buying and stop you chasing losses. Get those alerts and notifications set up on your phone. Diversify a portfolio with some defensive stuff as well. Read read read read read the news people. Take a step back. Think about it. Actively sa
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  27. yes you could have done this as well your max risk would have been the 80 and the 50 = 130 quid total, and the NET profit would have been the 820 profit on the put, minus the 130, so NET PROFIT of 690 quid on a 130 quid risk. Not bad.
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  28. I only do long term swing trading, rarely day trading and only in a full and fast bear market. I enter and exit trades on 1H charts but positioned within longer term charts (typically weekly/monthly and daily/4H). It is known as the 3 screen method as devised by Dr. Alexander Elder (of Trading for a Living fame).
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  29. being deep underwater is hard to endure especially for long periods and especially if you need the money to buy face masks and tissues. Most household share owners sold during the last recession and most never came back to the stock market, true fact.
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  30. They had something going on back in 2015, but then came mr Wall street 30K alias Trump and ditch it https://www.etf.com/sections/features-and-news/sec-rule-death-knell-geared-etfs
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  31. I've given back so much by trying to go long at 'bottoms', when a SELL AND HOLD strategy would have been best this whole entire time. See a 'trend' emerging here? Alternatively - yes I can see it is more obvious on 1 hr charts (and for some people on 15 mins) - but in that case you really do need to be glued to the chart all day long. Nothing worse than being stuck a chart all day long and coming away with nothing, or even losing all your dosh.
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